2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Walk Around and Driving Video
The Mustang Boss 302 nameplate would make its way back onto Ford dealerships in 2012, forty-two years after its original two-year production run (1969-1970). Marketed as the “quickest, best-handling straight-production Mustang ever offered by Ford,” the Boss 302 received a 444-horsepower version of the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine dubbed the “Road Runner.” The powerplant made use of a forged rotating assembly, CNC ported heads, revised camshafts, and a unique dual-exhaust system with metal accentuation discs, which when removed, increased performance and emitted a visceral soundtrack. Chassis stiffness was achieved through a larger diameter rear stabilizer bar and adjustable shock absorbers on the standard Boss 302, with even greater rigidity available in the tubular X-brace and Torsen limited-slip rear differential of the track-focused "Laguna Seca." Named after the track where Parnelli Jones drove a Boss 302 to win the Trans-Am season opener in 1970, the Boss 302 Laguna Seca was only available through the factory in Black or Ingot Silver and featured Recaro sport seats, a race-tuned suspension, and an aggressive aerodynamics package. Only 750 Laguna Secas were produced between 2012-2013, making it one of the most exclusive special-edition Mustang variants to date.
This car is part of the Retro Motors Collection, which comprises over 30 cars largely from the 1950s through today, with a focus on American muscle and high-powered European sports cars. View the full collection here.
One of 750 Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Secas produced between 2012-2013
Exceptionally-preserved example, displaying only 1,313 miles from new
Finished in Black over Charcoal Black cloth upholstery
Upgrades over the standard Mustang Boss 302 included: Recaro Sport cloth bucket seats, three-gauge pack to monitor fluid temps and performance stats, rear seat delete with cross-car X-brace, Torsen limited-slip differential with 3.73:1 gear ratio, five-way adjustable shocks, larger rear stabilizer, Ford Racing front brake ducts, and unique suspension, steering, tuning and calibration
Powered by a 5.0-liter "Road Runner" DOHC V8 mated to a six-speed manual transmission
The seller reports replacing the battery in 2022 as well as an oil and filter change in 2023
Aftermarket quarter window scoops color-matched and installed under current ownership
Clean Carfax report
Aluminum 19-inch red-finished wheels
Modified front fascia with lower chin splitter and blocked-off fog light openings
Red-finished rear spoiler, front grille emblem, roof, and mirror caps
Front splitter with aftermarket steel supports
“BOSS 302” embroidered upholstery and floormats
Alcantara suede-wrapped steering wheel
Black cue ball-style shift knob
Dark-aluminum instrument panel appliqué
Quad-exit exhaust system with side and rear outlets
Brembo front disc brakes
Minor paint chip near fuel door
Two keys (including red TracKey)
“BOSS 302” car cover
Custom Coverking car cover
Front license plate mount
Ford Racing trans cooler air scoop
Ford Racing Mustang brake duct kit
Two Mustang front bumper valances
Cervini’s Auto Designs 10-14 Mustang upper scoop
Windshield sun shade
The accompanying Carfax report shows that the Mustang spent time in Florida prior to being purchased by the consignor circa 2016.
A Broad Arrow Group Car Specialist is working as an agent on behalf of the owner for this vehicle.
Contact: Hunter Harris Phone: 772.925.9304 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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